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Four men arrested on suspicion of sabotaging West Bank Bedouin water supply- Ha'aretz

Residents of Khan al-Ahmar east of Jerusalem say their water supply sabotaged five times during May. June 2012 “The police announced on Thursday it had arrested four Israelis on suspicion they had sabotaged the water supply to a cluster of Bedouin settlement in Khan al-Ahmar, east of Jerusalem. The four …

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Get ready for a Bedouin uprising- Ha'aretz

The destruction of the ‘illegal’ homes of 20,000 Bedouin families will not help facilitate their resettlement in new places. Nor will it transpire quietly. June 2012 “”Law for Bedouin Settlement in the Negev,” which the Knesset is expected to pass soon, has angered the entire Bedouin population in the south …

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In West Bank areas under Israel's control, illegal homes are usually Palestinian- Ha'aretz

UN report shows that, in contrast to the tight restrictions placed on Palestinian construction in Area C, the Civil Administration’s regulations allow settlements to proliferate. May 2012 While the government and Knesset search for ways to legalize illegal construction in the settlements, the Civil Administration has stepped up its enforcement …

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Ha'aretz article: "EU: Israel's policies in the West Bank endanger two-state solution"

Foreign Ministers list settler violence, settlement expansion and house demolitions as detrimental to peace process; Israel says report is biased and one-sided. May 2012 The 27 foreign ministers of the European Union published on Monday a strong denunciation of Israel’s policies in the West Bank. The announcement, reported for the …

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Is a college really what the Bedouin need right now?- Article in Ha'aretz

April 2012 While the Age of the Negev project is an excellent initiative, it will not solve the problem of the deprivation of the Bedouin’s living expanse, with the Prawer Law still threatening the relocation of most of them. “[…] Apparently, the college has been in the pipeline for over six …

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Israel Defense Ministry plan earmarks 10 percent of West Bank for settlement expansion- by Haaretz

  April 1 2012 Newly released maps indicate Civil Administration secretly setting aside additional land for Jewish settlements,presumably with the intention of expanding them “For years Israel’s Civil Administration has been covertly locating and mapping available land in the West Bank and naming the parcels after existing Jewish settlements, presumably …

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Ha'aretz: Bedouin community wins reprieve from forcible relocation to Jerusalem garbage dump

February 6 2012 Sources say change in plans follows a visit to the Jahalin encampment at Khan al-Ahmar in the West Bank last week of the coordinator of government activities in the territories The Bedouin community that lives just east of Jerusalem will not be required to move next to …

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